Wedding Bells for Rosey

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Wedding Bells for Rosey
Premiere date November 4, 1987
Run time 21:59
Starring George O'Hanlon
Penny Singleton
Daws Butler
Janet Waldo
Don Messick
Jean Vander Pyl
Mel Blanc
John Stephenson
Music composed by Hoyt Curtin
Writer(s) Mark Young
Voice director(s) Gordon Hunt
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'"Wedding Bells for Rosey" is the seventh episode of The Jetsons season three, and the seventieth overall. It aired on November 4, 1987 in syndicated markets that featured The Funtastic World of Hanna-Barbera programming blocks. It was written by Mark Young, and voice directed by Gordon Hunt.

The city is under sudden scrutiny of renewing every robot's particular component known as a B.E.B.O.P., which has put Mac in danger of being dismantled if he doesn't apply for one. Rosie finds a loophole through marriage, although she quickly regrets it once he starts getting in her way. This is also bad news Spacely Space Sprockets, but good news for Cogswell Cogs.

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Character debut Speaking debut Ep. debut No lines Mentioned

In order of appearance:

Character Actor
Don N/A
Rosie Jean Vander Pyl
George Jetson George O'Hanlon
Astro Don Messick
Elroy Jetson Daws Butler
Judy Jetson Janet Waldo
Jane Jetson Penny Singleton
Mac Don Messick
Inspector John Stephenson
Henry Orbit Daws Butler
Saleswoman Unavailable
Mr. Spacely Mel Blanc
Uniblab Don Messick
Doctor Ruth Unavailable
Robot gang leader John Stephenson
Mr. Cogswell Daws Butler
Commissioner John Stephenson
Sentro N/A
Judge N/A





  • Flying cars





The music was composed and conducted by Hoyt Curtin.


Dates are in order of release:

  • United States: November 4, 1987 in syndication

Behind the scenes

  • Apparently it's been ten years since Mac was created.
  • Doctor Ruth is a parody of Dr. Ruth Westheimer.


  • The title card goes back to the season one spelling of Rosie's name by spelling it as "Rosey," despite season two title cards changing to the former, as do the following movies' credits which specify the voice actress to the role of Rosie.

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